I think with time, you'll figure out how to get the photo 95-100% the way you want it in DxO, at least in terms of global edits. Like I've said before, DxO is much harder to get used to in terms of how the controls work, mainly because adjusting one control often results in (auto) changes from the others. Take some time to read the manual (which isn't half bad and has some good tips) and practice. After reading the manual, my method was to take one of my favorite and most challenging shots I had processed in Adobe and try to duplicate and then improve it in DxO. It's not as easy as it sounds, but after about three rounds of that one one photo and few others, I really had the hang of DxO and have consistently been able to get the results I want.
I still use PS for retouching, local edits (usually with Nik), composites, and other complex edits, but DxO gets me most of the way there and with most photos, it's all I use.
Take some time to read the manual (which isn't half bad and has some good tips) and practice
Best advice of the day!! Thanks!